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Huawei Catching up with Samsung and Apple?

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  • #3387

    lindbergh
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    Samsung and Apple are undeniably the top producers of mobile devices today. However, an emerging company – Huawei has been lurking in the shadows for quite some time and now seems to be ready to join the big boys. Huawei has been producing a lot of quality mobile devices at very affordable prices that match Samsung’s. Do you think Huawei could overtake Samsung and Apple?

    #12725

    The Huawei Ascend P1 should defiantly be a huge hit considering it’s thinner than the Iphone 5 and running Jellybean 4.1. Unfortunately though, I just don’t thing Huawei will ever emerge to the level two floors down from Apple or Samsung. Apple and Samsung’s marketing grip is too strong and Asian made and marketed electronics tend to carry a bad reputation, at least here in the States that is.

    #12796

    droidster
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    In all honesty no, not at the moment at least.
    I have a Huawei handset that is a Nokia imitation, which I got it for free from my service provider. It’s ok for a secondary phone, but I wouldn’t chose it as my primary device. I think it’s the same with most people in the west. The majority of Huawei’s users are in China and India. If they want to overtake the Western market, they need more mature and well developed products.

    #13485

    Canadian Lover
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    I remember owning an Heuwei android once. It waqs my fault for not buying a case, but those things break easy after being fropped several times. I remeber that thew device had a limited volume and was not capable of running all apps. I got to say I love my Samsung Android better.

    #13973

    uashwinp
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    Yeah they are! Huawei has released a slew of devices which are highly promising, budget friendly and have excellent specifications. They now got an arsenal of tablets and smartphones that offer value for money. Chances are high that Huawei can grab a share in the industry from Samsung and maybe, even Apple.

    #14598

    minda
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    lindbergh wrote:
    Samsung and Apple are undeniably the top producers of mobile devices today. However, an emerging company – Huawei has been lurking in the shadows for quite some time and now seems to be ready to join the big boys. Huawei has been producing a lot of quality mobile devices at very affordable prices that match Samsung’s. Do you think Huawei could overtake Samsung and Apple?

    If ever this happens it will take a very long time. Samsung has taken a long time before it has gotten to where it is now. I would expect Huawei to take as long or if not longer. Not that I’m being mean but people in other countries can’t even pronounce its name and many look down chinese products :(

    #14623

    ChiChai
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    I honestly like Huawei devices, I’ve been looking at them in the malls these days. I love how it’s a phone I can see non-Chinese people using. It looks very professionally done and a cut above other Chinese mobile devices.

    I still don’t see it overtaking Samsung any day soon. Samsung’s been around for a very long time and has penetrated markets outside Asia.

    #14685

    Summer
    Member

    In the future, that may come true, and i am expecting for that.

    #14718

    pandandesign
    Member

    I think Huawei is gradually catching up with Samsung, but not Apple. I like the Android OS, but I don’t think Huawei will make any phone that’s close to Apple’s IPhone. The IOS is very unique in its way, which is a stable operating system. I think Huawei has already surpass Blackberry, Motorola, and Nokia. I used to have a Huawei Android phone, which is very good considering the build-quality is 100% plastic, which I don’t mind. I am starting to like Huawei phones, and I have seen some of the phones are prettier than IPhones.

    #14785

    Anne Smith
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    I remember owning an Heuwei android once. It waqs my fault for not buying a case, but those things break easy after being fropped several times. I remeber that thew device had a limited volume and was not capable of running all apps. I got to say I love my Samsung Android better.

    #14800

    fengxiao
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    yeah,i think Huawei could overtake Samsung and Apple

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